My favorites file is overflowing onto my computer's desktop right now, being online and clicking from one link to another is always fun in a serendipitous kind of way. Not everything in the wish list is for me though, most of it ends up being for my kids, though I do have to add a thing or two for me regularly.
- I think these plates would be a super fun for my little ones, I think they'd get a big kick out of eating off of their faces.
- My daughter loves rabbits, for the longest time she thought when she grows up she'd marry one. Thankfully she's outgrown that line of thinking, but she'd love to have one- I think this might be the next best thing, though I'm wondering if 4 is still too young for a necklace of any kind.
- I don't know if I'd buy this desktop dodgeball for my kids or myself- I think either of us would spend quite some time playing with it.
- This would make my son's day and his birthday's coming up in December, but I don't know if this might be more his speed, or if he'd think that it was too babyish. Heaven forbid a soon to be 7 year old get something a bit young, and since he broke his arm and had to go to regular appointments with his orthopedic surgeon and pass (and touch!) a full sized skeleton each time the former may indeed be the best choice.
- I on the other hand am really digging this necklace, it would eliminate my constant desire to see the longest shaving I can get whenever I sharpen pencils.
- This doll quilt looks like it's a doable holiday project, eventually I'd like to make one for our king size bed, but I think I need to start my foray into quilting with something more manageable and work my way up. Although it might be a while, these might be too tempting!
- We've also recently adopted a dachshund named Chloe and I've been itching to make her some sweaters. I'm still undecided, but here are some free patterns to try, even though I already bought the wurstwarmer pattern the day she came home with us.
- I've been thinking about our home, and how I keep it a lot lately too- this seems to hit the nail on the head for me.
Now thankfully, I can close a bunch of open tabs and go listen to some Pride and Prejudice (via craftlit) while I was dishes, Jane Austen never ceases to lift my spirits!